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Articles from Science World (December 10, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
Affiliation: join in: why we live in groups. Perry, Bruce D. Brief Article 512
Excuse me ...: ... but acne, bad breath, and body odor are a normal part of life. Learn the science behind them, and get some help on how to cope. (Teen health issue: hygiene * microbes). 1127
Gross out? (You Can Do It). 174
Human mechanic. (Hands-On Activity). 234
Magnet man? (Physical News). Harris, Frank Brief Article 148
Mood swings: fact or myth? An inescapable rite of teen life is riding an emotional roller coaster--euphoric one minute, despondent the next. Science World talked to Dr. Bruce Waslick, a child psychiatrist at Columbia University in New York City, to get to the truth about your moods. (Teen health issue: mutual health, emotions). Interview 602
Older than Aerosmith. (Earth News). Brief Article 169
Puke power. (Life News). Finton, Nancy Brief Article 355
ScienceWorld[R]: body shop. Brief Article 787
Take charge of your health!: activity and resource guide. (Teen Health Issue). 386
What a drag. (Tip Sheet). 355
What a gas!: Michael Jordan does it. So does Britney Spears. Everyone passes gas--on average 14 times a day! While the phenomenon (called flatulence) is often the butt of jokes, "farting" is as natural as taking a breath. (Teen health issue: digestive system * microbes). 1090
What do you know about STDS? (Teen health issue: infectious diseases * microbes). Statistical Data Included 1614

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